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Duke of Cambridge is a title which has been conferred upon members of the British royal family several times. It was first used as a designation for Charles Stuart, the eldest son of James, Duke of York, though he was never formally created Duke of Cambridge. The title was most recently bestowed upon Prince William on 29 April 2011. The Prince's style and title in full is His Royal Highness Prince William Arthur Philip Louis, he is born 21 June 1982 and is the elder son of Charles, Prince of Wales, and Diana, Princess of Wales, and third eldest grandchild of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. As a British prince, William does not use a surname for everyday purposes. For formal and ceremonial purposes, the children of Princes of Wales, like the children of Royal Dukes, use the title of Prince or Princess before their Christian name and their father's territorial designation after it. So Prince William was "Prince William of Wales". On the morning of his wedding, the Queen conferred the titles Duke of Cambridge, Earl of Strathearn, Baron Carrickfergus upon William. The flag is divided into four quadrants. The first and fourth quadrants represent the ancient Kingdom of England and contain three gold lions, passant gardant on a red field; the second quadrant represents the ancient Kingdom of Scotland and contains a red lion rampant on a gold field; the third quadrant represents the ancient Kingdom of Ireland and contains a version of the gold harp from the coat of arms of Ireland on a blue field. Over all there is a label of three argent points: the second is charged with an Escallop Gules.

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Duke of Cambridge Standard Flag Size Q.ty Unit Price
Duke of Cambridge Standard flag 100% Nautical Polyester 20x30 cm
0.6x0.9 ft
15,00 Euro
(VAT included)
Duke of Cambridge Standard flag 100% Nautical Polyester 30x45 cm
0,9x1,4 ft
20,00 Euro
(VAT included)
Duke of Cambridge Standard flag 100% Nautical Polyester 70x100 cm
2.3x3.3 ft
28,00 Euro
(VAT included)
Duke of Cambridge Standard flag 100% Nautical Polyester 100x150 cm
3.3x4.9 ft
38,00 Euro
(VAT included)
Duke of Cambridge Standard flag 100% Nautical Polyester 150x225 cm
4.9x7.4 ft
60,00 Euro
(VAT included)
Duke of Cambridge Standard flag 100% Nautical Polyester 200x300 cm
6.6x9.8 ft
130,00 Euro
(VAT included)
Duke of Cambridge Standard flag 100% Nautical Polyester 300x450 cm
9.8x14.8 ft
270,00 Euro
(VAT included)
Duke of Cambridge Standard flag 100% Nautical Polyester 400x600 cm
13.1x19.7 ft
549,00 Euro
(VAT included)
28,00 € 549,00 €
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Duke of Cambridge is a title which has been conferred upon members of the British royal family several times. It was first used as a designation for Charles Stuart, the eldest son of James, Duke of York, though he was never formally created Duke of Cambridge. The title was most recently bestowed upon Prince William on 29 April 2011. The Prince's style and title in full is His Royal Highness Prince William Arthur Philip Louis, he is born 21 June 1982 and is the elder son of Charles, Prince of Wales, and Diana, Princess of Wales, and third eldest grandchild of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. As a British prince, William does not use a surname for everyday purposes. For formal and ceremonial purposes, the children of Princes of Wales, like the children of Royal Dukes, use the title of Prince or Princess before their Christian name and their father's territorial designation after it. So Prince William was "Prince William of Wales". On the morning of his wedding, the Queen conferred the titles Duke of Cambridge, Earl of Strathearn, Baron Carrickfergus upon William. The flag is divided into four quadrants. The first and fourth quadrants represent the ancient Kingdom of England and contain three gold lions, passant gardant on a red field; the second quadrant represents the ancient Kingdom of Scotland and contains a red lion rampant on a gold field; the third quadrant represents the ancient Kingdom of Ireland and contains a version of the gold harp from the coat of arms of Ireland on a blue field. Over all there is a label of three argent points: the second is charged with an Escallop Gules. Formal Country Name: British Monarchy
Local Country Name: British Monarchy
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